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The following table lists C++0x features and their support in popular compilers. * — 1) unicode string literals is a feature of the EDG frontend, but it is undocumented at Intel C++ compiler (/Qoption,cpp,"--uliterals" option enables it) 2) nullptr and nullptr_t supported with /Qoption,cpp,"--nullptr". ** — available in separate patch
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C++0x was the working name of a new ISO C++ standard, which was then released in 2011 as C++11 and introduces a host of new features into the standard C++ language and library.